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AdamGreco
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  • 20-02-2018
    It would be great if there were an easy way to find all calculated metrics/segments that use a specific variable or combination for variables. For example, if there are 200 calculated metrics, it would be nice if you could filter them to see only those that use event3 or event3 and event5.

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  • 30-08-2017
    Click-Through Rates in Adobe AnalyticsOne of the more advanced things you can do with Adobe Analytics is to track click-through rates of elements on your web pages. Adobe Analytics doesn’t do this out of the box, but if you know how to use the tool, there are some creative ways that you can add clic...

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  • 10-04-2017
    Trending Adobe Analytics Data After Moving VariablesMost of my consulting work involves helping organizations fix and clean-up their Adobe Analytics implementations. Often times, I find that organizations have multiple Adobe Analytics report suites and that they are not setup consistently. As I wrot...

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  • 14-12-2016
    For any forum folks in India, I am going to attempt to come over to do some training classes if I can get enough support/interest.Here is a link with more information: http://analyticsdemystified.com/adobe-analytics/india-adobe-analytics-top-gun-classes/

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  • 14-12-2016
    You would need to repeat them for each product. Note that your string had commas and semi colons wrong and you need to leave a space for incrementer events. Here is what it should look like:s.products="fruit;orange;1;99;;eVar10=HeroBanner|eVar11=Autumn|eVar12=Bob,fruit;pear;2;180;;eVar10=HeroBanner|...

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  • 28-11-2016
    It doesn't appear to be possible from what I can see, but you can check with Adobe to be 100% sure.

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  • 28-11-2016
    I have written a bit about this in the following blog post:http://analyticsdemystified.com/adobe-analytics/using-utm-campaign-parameters-adobe-analytics/Adam Greco

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  • 08-11-2016
    I am not sure if in your scenario it is always the same event or different events, but you can use a COUNTER eVar set to +1 on each page and expire it at your target event to see how many pages are viewed prior to the event.If you want to include multiple/all events, that is still possible, but in t...

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  • 01-11-2016
    Adam who? Of course not!BTW, you may wan to check out this post and consider posting questions like this on the Measure Slack group where there are more immediate replies from the Adobe Analytics community...http://analyticsdemystified.com/conferencescommunity/part-measure-slack-community/

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  • 01-11-2016
    I have also been seeing a lot of slowness and red error boxes since the new release. Hopefully Adobe will work out the kinks soon...

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